Caroline Finn was born in the UK and trained at the Arts Educational School and then The Juilliard School, NY. Her professional career as a dancer began with Ballett Theatre Munich (Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz) and later saw her dancing with Ballet Preljocaj and Compagnie Carolyn Carlson, amongst others. As a choreographer, Caroline's work has been commissioned across the globe for companies such as The National Ballet of Chile, Phoenix Dance Theatre, Tanz Luzerner Theater, Bern Ballett, MusikTheater im Revier, and Bayerisches Junior Ballet München. Her acclaimed solo work, Bernadette, toured extensively to international festivals in South Korea, Paris, Krakow, Belgium, and Berlin. In 2017 she was invited to create a solo for a finalist of the BBC Young Dancer Competition at Sadler's Wells Theatre London. Artistic Director of National Dance Company Wales from 2015-2018, Caroline was subsequently their resident choreographer until 2021, creating a total of seven new works for the company. She was the recipient of the Wales Theatre Award for Best Female Artist (2016), the Matthew Bourne New Adventures Choreographer Award (2014), and the Production Prize at the Copenhagen International Competition for Choreographers (2010). Caroline's creative curiosity has seen her co-directing the contemporary opera Passion with NDCWales and Music Theatre Wales, as well as choreographing for major opera productions in both Germany and Sweden. In 2020 she created the dance film, Personae for Tanz Luzerner Theater and this passion for both theatre and film can be seen in her work which incorporates an absurd and poetic sense of theatricality interwoven with her physical language. Caroline lives in Zurich and is Co-Artistic Director of BRÜCKEREI — a mentored choreographic platform. She is currently a choreographer for Cie La Ronde in Switzerland and is also a member of Tanztendenz München e.V.